Fork vs Spoon is a weekly radio/podcast show on WCOM that will go behind the scenes of the Carrboro, Chapel Hill hospitality industry, Sundays 12-1pm.
conducting interviews with Owners, Chiefs, bartenders, and wait staff, Getting the inside scoop on what it takes to run a restaurant, and other hospitality industry businesses.
chatting about culinary specialties, cocktails, and the history of small business in the area.
Host Michael Benson has over 30 years of hospitality experience ( currently building his fourth restaurant in Chapel Hill ), and has been a radio host at various local radio stations.
Co-Hosts Carrie Brogen ( President of Chapel Hill/Carrboro Foodies, Mandey Brown ( owner of Imbibe restaurant ), and Stephen Murtaugh ( GM of Oak Leaf restaurant ).
The show will also have rotating and invited guest co-hosts from the interested hospitality businesses in the area.
This will be a lively, fun, and interesting program with it’s focus on the Carrboro, Chapel Hill hospitality industry, which can be heard locally at 103.5FM and streaming worldwide at wcomfm.org, tunein radio, and other streaming services. Join in on the conversation.
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Change will come, one way or another. We must each do what we can to ensure that the change is constructive. The planet and future generations depend on our acting now to stop the destruction.
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